Building Your Local Open Government Tribe
- Your vote:
- Yes No
- 2010 = the year of "civic hacktivism." Now that everyone (not just Dean and Obama) is using the Internet as a political organizing tool, the era of the e-government mashup is upon us. Learn how groups across the U.S. are catalyzing their governments to be open, transparent, and participatory.
- How can tech-savvy citizens improve government?
- Is Open Government a partisan issue?
- Is it important to have people "inside" government to get things done?
- How do I connect with other people in my area interested in Open Government?
- How are the different Open Government groups working together?
- What is the difference between Open Government and Government 2.0?
- What are the best practices of a successful Open Government group?
- Where can I act as a can opener to my local or state government?
- What is the low hanging fruit my group can focus on?
- How can I sell my services to the government?
- Case Study, Community / Online Community, Government and Technology, New Technology / Next Generation
- Interactive 2010
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Posted by David Peterson at 1:21 PM